Designers present avant-garde collections at MBFW Tokyo


The first two days of the ongoing Mercedes Benz Fashion Week (MBFW) Tokyo showcased avant-garde Autumn/Winter 2014-2015 collections from both local and international fashion designers.

Thai womenswear label Sretsis, which spells backwards as sisters, opened the Japanese sartorial event with its playful clothing range. Designed by the brand’s main stylist Pim Sukhahuta, the line featured flower decorated off-shouldered voluminous dresses, cropped jackets and frothy belted frocks.

Japanese brand Dressedundressed, owned by designer duo Emiko Sato and Takeshi Kitazawa, drew inspiration from the Japanese gardens for its new catwalk presentation staged on the second day of the soiree. Based on Japanese minimalism, the line included kimono style outfits and fluid coats in vibrant hues.

Fashion label Somarta, owned by designer Tamae Hirokawa, combined art and fashion into its white crystal encrusted knitted collection which included fur lined capes and sweater dresses.

Legendary British brand Beatles’ famous roof top concert in the year 1969 played as inspiration behind Beautiful People’s Across the Universe range which showcased several plaid and houndstooth jackets and shirts.

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